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XV Parowek

XV Parowek is a small label active since 1994, covering experimental audio, noise, found sound, collage, etc. It is mainly an outlet for XV Parowek project, however I have some releases by other artists, like Zan Hoffman, Crank Sturgeon, Richard Ramirez, Genetic Transmission, Chefkirk, Iversen, Tremor, and also some collabs and splits with others, like Thaw, Odal and more in the future. Until now tapes and CDRs were released. From now on, some (or most) of the releases will be available free for download as mp3 releases. The CDR versions will be still available. Original website
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XV Parowek
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Compilation of early 5 tapes and submission to Anomalous Silencer 1, all out of print. All recorded in 1994-96. Crazy stuff.
( 1 reviews )
Topic: Experimental
XV Parowek
by XV Parowek
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Short, dynamic tracks, usually in cut-up style, based mainly on concrete sounds, but also some real instruments. Some source sounds delivered by Jeff Surak and Dawid Chrapla.
Topic: Experimental
XV Parowek
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Experimental music featuring vocals, intruments and electronic, dark, psychedelic, atonal. Recordings from late 80-s. Hometaping classics.
( 1 reviews )
Topic: Experimental
XV Parowek
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Chefkirk (USA) material is a structured, well focused noise. Iversen (Norway) track is more obscure and atmospheric.
( 1 reviews )
Topics: Noise, Experimental
Field recording from Warsaw, Gdansk, Bydgoszcz, carefully selected.
( 1 reviews )
Topic: phonography
XV Parowek
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Monstrous sound collage. Fragments of live radio shows by fabulous experimental noise performer from US, Crank Sturgeon
( 2 reviews )
Topic: Found Sounds
XV Parowek
by XV Parowek
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Recorded May 2003 A sonic exploration of concrete sounds. Not loud at all. Simple-minded attitude. Objects treated as instruments, instruments treated as objects, etc.
( 4 reviews )
Topic: Found Sounds
XV Parowek
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Second album by analog, improv noise duo Chromatic Idiot. The members are: Bartek (XV Parowek), Rafal (Prisoner of Flesh). Psychedelic noise recorded with use of looped effects and mixers. Recorded August 2002.
( 2 reviews )
XV Parowek
by XV Parowek
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cover photo made probably in Wolin, Poland insert photo made at Filtrowa, Warsaw recorded between September 20th 2003 and January 23rd 2004 some locations: city center, sidewalk Wilenska shopping center Galeria Mokotow shopping center inside of a car inside of a bus Wilanowska bus and subway station Foton former factory Chelmska street Hospital in Wyszkow Warsaw Central Station cafeteria
( 1 reviews )
Topics: Found Sounds, Field recording
XV Parowek
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Bruitist collage. Dawid Chrapla/Antibiotix' synths selected and mixed with concrete sound sources by Bartek Kalinka/XV Parówek (both from Poland). Important milestone in history of Silesia-Warsaw cooperation.
( 1 reviews )
Topics: Found Sounds, Experimental
XV Parowek
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XVP presents sound collages with annoying changes of dynamics. Odal play lo-fi electronic noise and silence. Released in March 2004.
( 1 reviews )
Topic: Found Sounds
XV Parowek
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A relaxing mixture of power electronics and ambient. Cold, "psychiatric" atmosphere. Comes from Germany.
( 1 reviews )
Topic: Noise
Recorded during Crank's visit to Warsaw in April 2003. One 60-minute piece of healthy, improvised metal scrapings and toys.
( 3 reviews )
Richard Ramirez presents here old-school, totally crushing harsh-noise with strong low frequencies. His material is dedicated to Joe Lombardo. XV Parówek plays some kind of sticky mess of sounds made of concrete sources and feedback that can be called noise also. XVP material is called "Recording of medium sized cow's digestion".
XV Parowek
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CD recorded as a collaboration between two Polish experimental projects: XV Parówek and Thaw. Long, even tracks somewhere between noise, ambient and glitch. Recorded with use of just a few sound sources. Released in November 2002.
( 1 reviews )
Topic: Ambient
XV Parowek
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Fast-pace cut-up noise with harsh, sticky background Recorded September 2002
( 1 reviews )